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    Quote Originally Posted by 35racer View Post
    At Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts, etc... I always leave my change. If it's less than a quarter though, I will generally throw a buck instead.

    My theory is that if everyone did this, it actually adds up quite nicely. They are usually serving 2 or 3 people PER MINUTE! Even at a quarter, that is 75 cents per minute going into the tip jar.

    I shiver when I'm behind someone at Starbucks and they spend $4.85 for their coffee... then squirrel away the 15 cents in change.
    agreed. Just like 35racer said, if it's less than 25cents change at DD for a $2.00 drink, I will trow in more. Oh and you have to remember that at DD, they share the tips they get with the others working on that same shift...

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    I leave bottles of cold water for the garbage men in the summer....is that a tip?

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    Re: Question about tips

    I don't tip at a Dunking Donuts or something unless I am getting a large order. They are paid a normal wage unlike waitstaff at a restaurant, plus the service usually sucks. As for sit down service anywhere from 15% to I have left over 100% tipbut usually 20-30%

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissTwisties View Post
    Do you leave tip when you drive to a place yourself to get your food? (take-out)

    You get no table service (waitstaff, bussboy) and I never heard of a cashier that should get tipped for ringing your food out. I do leave an additional dollar or two, but frankly, I never felt comfortable doing it because of those reasons mentioned. Thoughts?
    Is this like, when you call ahead, pull up and wait for them to bring out food?

    If so, I assume you're at a chain restaurant, you don't need to tip -- it's usually the host that brings out the food. Host get paid an hourly wage that usually doesn't include tip share.

    But if you're physically walking in to get the food, don't tip.

    Basically, you can 'tip' whenever the hell you feel like it, for whatever reason you feel like.

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    Also... having worked in food service at a couple different positions, I know what it's like to work for tips.

    I'm a pretty generous guy... I walk in, sit down, and you're at 20%. If you don't eff it up, you get 20%.

    If you mess up, I start to go down.

    If you're really good, you can go up.

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    I use to work in service ( funny ) both in food and furniture. I was bad with food but did wicked good with furniture. Oxx ... top tip day was $175.00 but on aveage was $40 - $75 per day, plus regular pay of 18/hour.

    after these experiences I always tip well for good / great service usually 20 - 30%, but if service sucks all bets are off .. I have gotten free meals due to bad service.

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    I don't tip at D&D any more. It's absolute crap that they expect it there also. They make a normal wage unlike a waiter/waitress. My sister used to work at a D&D and said she would clear $100 easy in tips a day. Thats absolutely retarded for poring coffee and screwing up my order. Don't get me wrong I always tip good when I go out to eat or at a club. But the amount of times I have been shorted or got a screwed up order doesn't warrant a tip from me.

    For pick up I usually throw a buck or 2 in the jar.

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    I think we need to settle this with a poll.

    or a dance-off. Honkle's on my team if we have a dance off.

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    I own a small upscale cafe in Bellows Falls. We have a traditional espresso machine, coffee and light food. On average we do about $20 a day. I accept the customers right to leave a tip or not. Some folks watch their money more than others I guess.

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    I tip at D and D, not a lot but about 91cents per time im there since my order comes to 2.09. every time im in there, which is at least once a day, they see me my coffe is ready and its never wrong. So in this case maybe the tipping is helping me get better service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by l3uddha View Post
    also, they lost me as a customer since they can't seem to fucking understand the difference between milk and cream at ANY location.

    Your like the second person in about a week that has had the same gripe as me

    Is it really that hard to put MILK in my damn coffee?

    I have sent back countless numbers of ice coffees because you can see the difference

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    D&D fucks up my vanilla chai all the time. I ask for 2 or 3 ice cubes, and even specifiy "just enough so it's not boiling to burn myself". I can't recount the number of times they literally put a SCOOP of ice cubes and transformed it into an "ice vanilla chai". When that happen, I usually realize it after driving a few feet away from the drive-thru when taking a sip, then I get pissed off, back up my car to the window and knock on it with the look of a mad woman I suppose, 'cause they seem a little nervous and hurry on correcting the problem. LOL Once I was on my way to Quebec, had nothing to drink or eat since I was awake. Stop at D&D, order my Vanilla Chai and wait til I get on the highway to take a sip, they gave a fuckin coffee, I almost trew up. I HATE coffee!

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    Re: Question about tips

    no tip take out

    Change or a buck at the DD etc. assuming their conscious

    20 at a restaurant unless its really bad service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fasterthanu View Post
    Your like the second person in about a week that has had the same gripe as me

    Is it really that hard to put MILK in my damn coffee?

    I have sent back countless numbers of ice coffees because you can see the difference
    Try ordering it 'black'...

    "Do you want cream in that?"...no stupid, then it would not be black anymore

    "Do you want sugar in that?"...no, did I ask for sugar?

    "Do you want coffee or tea?"...did I ask for tea

    How fucking hard is it to put some coffee in a cup????

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    Just say, no, I like it black. Like my men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35racer View Post
    I consider myself an excellent tipper... but I have to admit I generally do not tip any furniture or TV delivery type people.

    I assume (maybe wrongly?) that they are paid normally, as opposed to wait staff that are paid less and count on tips to make up the difference?
    ahh see... yes they are paid a "normal" wage but you dont think that it still warrants some type of "extra". gratuities are for excellent service. if i just hauled a whole mahogany king bedroom set up the 2nd floor of your house and managed to not even bump a wall or damage anything, put it together and be courteous the whole time that you are saying "a little more to the left"...you dont think that deserves a little something extra? i get paid a "normal wage" for delivering pizzas and everyone tips the pizza guy. all i do is bring it to the door. ill be happy to leave your 350# leather queen sleeper at the door if it means im getting a tip
    sometimes its nice to just get something. $20 to split with my partner is nice and helps buy me lunch

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    Re: Question about tips

    Oxx ...what outfit do you deliver for?

    This is just an observation after years in the field:



    People rolling in it are normally generous if they earned their money, if they are given the money they are tightwads

    the upper middle are tight also because they are still trying to get to rolling in it status
    the middle is were the sweet tips are gonna be found because they are hard working but comfortable with what $ they have and still apprecieate what you doing for them
    The the lower income earners are a mixed bag due to either intelligence or current job situation which in many cases is questionable at best

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    Quote Originally Posted by SVRACER01 View Post
    ahh see... yes they are paid a "normal" wage but you dont think that it still warrants some type of "extra". gratuities are for excellent service. if i just hauled a whole mahogany king bedroom set up the 2nd floor of your house and managed to not even bump a wall or damage anything, put it together and be courteous the whole time that you are saying "a little more to the left"...you dont think that deserves a little something extra? i get paid a "normal wage" for delivering pizzas and everyone tips the pizza guy. all i do is bring it to the door. ill be happy to leave your 350# leather queen sleeper at the door if it means im getting a tip
    sometimes its nice to just get something. $20 to split with my partner is nice and helps buy me lunch
    You make good sense. Having never had furniture/appliances/electronics/etc delivered, I have no experience, but I think that I would pay well if they treated my stuff like their stuff and my house better than their house. I have worked in customer service (of the non-tipping variety) and good service goes unrecognized in so many ways. The least you can do is give a soda or bottle of water for hard work (i.e. lugging that mahogany bed set), and/or drop a few bucks to help them with lunch. Back in my housepainting days, I was ever so grateful for a cold glass of water from the homeowners after a long day of working in the sun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TESTINGurTOMATO View Post
    Oxx ...what outfit do you deliver for?

    This is just an observation after years in the field:



    People rolling in it are normally generous if they earned their money, if they are given the money they are tightwads

    the upper middle are tight also because they are still trying to get to rolling in it status
    the middle is were the sweet tips are gonna be found because they are hard working but comfortable with what $ they have and still apprecieate what you doing for them
    The the lower income earners are a mixed bag due to either intelligence or current job situation which in many cases is questionable at best
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    i can kinda agree with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by l3uddha View Post
    did you tip your hooker?
    Always tip your hooker. Most of the money goes to her fuckin pimp.

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    I tipped a waitress $100 for a sandwich to go and a glass of wine while I waited....she's my wife now. I didn't do it to impress her, we were already living together at the time.

    My rules.

    Delivery guys (furniture), carpet fitters etc. $20 or so if they are courteous.

    Mailman gets $20 at xmas and he always leaves a very nice handwritten thank-you note.

    Trash guys get fuck-all as they don't take any bulk stuff like they are supposed to. I'm told the way it works is that you tip them the first xmas and get better service all year. I don't actually mind that little bit of corruption, but I think they should show good service first instead of waiting for the first xmas I'm in the house to see if i tip or not. Fuck them. If they took the bulk stuff (old ceiling fans, the occasional chair or lamp etc) they would get $50 at Christmas.

    My local Dunkin ladies get the 91c change from my medium regular every day. If I order something else and the coins don't amunt to at least 75c I will throw a buck down. Dunkins employees don't get paid much and the tips are relied on by most of them.

    Take-out. I'll always throw a buck in the tip jar if the service is polite and courteous.

    Fast food. No way.

    Chain or high-end restaurant. I tip 20% at least, even for average service. VERY occasionally I have tipped 15% for indifferent service and once or twice I have tipped nothing and told them to get a new job. I NEVER blame the wait staff for slow service (unless it is obviously their fault) or for the quality of the food.

    For VERY exceptional service I will tip 30-40%.

    At the bar I will tip $1 for every drink I buy at my local bar. I know all the bartenders and I get "good" drinks ;-)

    Pizza delivery. I tip VERY well. I deliver pizza myself from time to time. The $2 delivery charge usually does NOT go to the delivery guy. This is so he can legitimately claim his mileage as a tax deduxtion. The delivery charge would have to come off his mileage deduction if he received that money. Some pizza places try to employ delivery drivers for the "tipped staff" wage ($3.25 ph I think). That's OK if they don't expect you to make boxes or anything else but deliver, otherwise they have to pay you the $7.50 or whatever is minimum these days. if you don't make $7.50 per hour over the course of a shift, the restaurant has to pay you the difference. If you tip $2 for a delivey, that's just about ok. Anything less is being cheap. The worst thing about is when the 13 year old punk comes to the door with $20 for a $17 order and you KNOW his dad told him to give it all to you. You give him back the change and he looks over his shoulder and stuffs it in his pocket, basically robbing you of your tip. I had a parent catch his son doing that once and the father made the kid tip me double out of his own pocket and gave his sone a lecture about making an honest living and gas prices and truck payments etc etc.

    The other good one was the prank call where the teenagers wouldn't answer the door and I was standing there with a $65 order in my hand. I called a cop I knew who was on duty. It was a quiet night and he got 3 cruisers to park outside the house with their lights on and told the kid at the door that they had better pay or they would be arrested for larceny.

    I got a knife held to my throat one night while delivering, too. The guy got 6 months for assault. Think about that the next time the pizza guy shows up with the "rob me" sign hanging from the car roof. I got a delivery order from the local projects one night. The order was for one small pepperoni and it said "bring change for a $100 bill". Needless to say, that one didn't get delivered.




    I have always thought that baggers at the grocery store should get a tip.

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    Sometimes I get the curbside takeout at Outback and I will throw them a couple of bucks in hopes that they didn't fuck up my order....

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    Degsy sums it up pretty good. That's about exactly how I tip everyone also. Except for the trash guys, never thought to tip them....but we got a new trash service at the new house that we pay for (brought trash to the dump for the first year) and we forgot to put the container to the street a few times and the guy came right next the door and get it to drag it to the street. Unbelievable. I'm going to buy him a gift card from D&D so he can get a few nice warm coffees. Plus, he's wicked cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Degsy View Post
    I tipped a waitress $100 for a sandwich to go and a glass of wine while I waited....she's my wife now. I didn't do it to impress her, we were already living together at the time.

    My rules.

    Delivery guys (furniture), carpet fitters etc. $20 or so if they are courteous.

    Mailman gets $20 at xmas and he always leaves a very nice handwritten thank-you note.

    Trash guys get fuck-all as they don't take any bulk stuff like they are supposed to. I'm told the way it works is that you tip them the first xmas and get better service all year. I don't actually mind that little bit of corruption, but I think they should show good service first instead of waiting for the first xmas I'm in the house to see if i tip or not. Fuck them. If they took the bulk stuff (old ceiling fans, the occasional chair or lamp etc) they would get $50 at Christmas.

    My local Dunkin ladies get the 91c change from my medium regular every day. If I order something else and the coins don't amunt to at least 75c I will throw a buck down. Dunkins employees don't get paid much and the tips are relied on by most of them.

    Take-out. I'll always throw a buck in the tip jar if the service is polite and courteous.

    Fast food. No way.

    Chain or high-end restaurant. I tip 20% at least, even for average service. VERY occasionally I have tipped 15% for indifferent service and once or twice I have tipped nothing and told them to get a new job. I NEVER blame the wait staff for slow service (unless it is obviously their fault) or for the quality of the food.

    For VERY exceptional service I will tip 30-40%.

    At the bar I will tip $1 for every drink I buy at my local bar. I know all the bartenders and I get "good" drinks ;-)

    Pizza delivery. I tip VERY well. I deliver pizza myself from time to time. The $2 delivery charge usually does NOT go to the delivery guy. This is so he can legitimately claim his mileage as a tax deduxtion. The delivery charge would have to come off his mileage deduction if he received that money. Some pizza places try to employ delivery drivers for the "tipped staff" wage ($3.25 ph I think). That's OK if they don't expect you to make boxes or anything else but deliver, otherwise they have to pay you the $7.50 or whatever is minimum these days. if you don't make $7.50 per hour over the course of a shift, the restaurant has to pay you the difference. If you tip $2 for a delivey, that's just about ok. Anything less is being cheap. The worst thing about is when the 13 year old punk comes to the door with $20 for a $17 order and you KNOW his dad told him to give it all to you. You give him back the change and he looks over his shoulder and stuffs it in his pocket, basically robbing you of your tip. I had a parent catch his son doing that once and the father made the kid tip me double out of his own pocket and gave his sone a lecture about making an honest living and gas prices and truck payments etc etc.

    The other good one was the prank call where the teenagers wouldn't answer the door and I was standing there with a $65 order in my hand. I called a cop I knew who was on duty. It was a quiet night and he got 3 cruisers to park outside the house with their lights on and told the kid at the door that they had better pay or they would be arrested for larceny.

    I got a knife held to my throat one night while delivering, too. The guy got 6 months for assault. Think about that the next time the pizza guy shows up with the "rob me" sign hanging from the car roof. I got a delivery order from the local projects one night. The order was for one small pepperoni and it said "bring change for a $100 bill". Needless to say, that one didn't get delivered.




    I have always thought that baggers at the grocery store should get a tip.
    agree 100% on that man... too bad when degsy drinks everything above goes out the window..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Denno View Post
    agree 100% on that man... too bad when degsy drinks everything above goes out the window..
    Dude, I don't have any idea what happened after the 3rd pint of Captain and Coke. I vaguely remember betting on the color of the next gumball to come out of the gumball machine.

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